Kirk Reid victim on her ordeal and police handling of case


Three senior officers face misconduct proceedings over errors made in the Metropolitan Police investigation into a sex attacker in south-west London.

There was a "sustained failure" in the inquiry which eventually led to Kirk Reid being jailed for life for 28 sexual assaults, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said.

One of Kirk Reid's victims, Anna, talked to the BBC's June Kelly about her experience.

She said she didn't understand why the police teams handling the case "didn't join things up" in order to catch Kirk Reid earlier.

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